Mossgill Loft is a delightful self catering apartment within easy reach of Kirkby Stephen, ideal for couples looking for a relaxing break in the Yorkshire Dales.
Although Mossgill Loft is perfect for romantic breaks, the apartment is adjoined to Mossgill Chapel through a connecting fire door. This means that the loft and the chapel can be booked together as a single let, making for a wonderful family holiday experience. We generate lots of repeat business as a result of our warm welcomes, the great facilities and spectacular views and surroundings. Get in touch to find out more about the accommodation!
The accommodation is comfortably furnished throughout, with a large living room and kitchen area. Our self catering provision is excellent, with modern appliances including an electric cooker, microwave, fridge and washing machine. Freezer space is available on request. You’ll also find a TV and DVD player, as well as free WiFi for your entertainment.
The bedroom features a standard double bed, with the lattice windows and exposed beams adding plenty of traditional charm and character. The bathroom leads off the bedroom, and is well appointed with a bath with shower over, basin, lavatory and airing cupboard – with linen provided free of charge.
To the exterior, there is a paved patio area with furniture, well suited for alfresco dining, with pretty shrubs and flower-filled troughs.
Bicycle storage available. Please note that the accommodation is non-smoking throughout.
"Great loft apartment in a beautiful village" Joanne Mabbutt. Aug 2015
"Perfect two day break" Jessica Jackson April 2015
"Delightful and relaxing" Adrian Maldonado Nov 2014
From M6 jct 38 drive 14 miles to Kirkby Stephen, then drive through market square, take first left turn to Soulby. Bear right at next fork in road then cross over stone bridge in Soulby, take the next immediate left to Crosby Garret. Follow this road until you reach another left turn in road signed to Crosby Garret (about 0.25 miles). St Andrews Church is up on a hill on your right which is a good landmark. Take another sharp left turn on the upper road above the village beck and Mossgill House is along on the left, about 100 yds. It is large cream and white Georgian house and has a lay-by below the garden wall. Park there and come to the front door. From the north, take the A66 to Brough then the A685 to Kirkby Stephen. As you come into the town take a right turn between Harold Robinson and a public garden then to Soulby